Jordan Groggs dead at 32 – Injury Reserve rapper passes away but cause of death not revealed
PHOENIX rapper Jordan Groggs, also known as Stapa J. Groggs from Injury Reserve, has died today aged 32.
Injury Reserve announced his death and pain homage to their friend on Twitter, but has not announced his cause of death.
Mr Groggs has been part of the trio since 2012 after meeting fellow member Nathaniel Ritchie while working at Ritchie's mom's Vans shoe store.
Injury Reserve’s social media account captioned a picture of the rapper: “REST IN POWER Jordan Alexander Groggs a loving father, life partner and friend.” and shared a link to a GoFundMe for Groggs’ family.
Groggs is survived by his long term partner, Anna Ford, and their four children, Joey, Jayden, Toph and Ari.
On the GoFundMe set up to support his family, it states: “Groggs’s heart has touched everyone he has came across.
"He will live on through his family, supporters, and the communities he was apart of. Jordan Alexander Groggs is survived by Anna and their four children Joey, Jayden, Toph, and Ari.”
The trio came together in 2013 when Groggs and Ritichie With a T met while he was working for Ritchie With a T's mom at her shoe shop.
Mr Groggs and Injury Reserve made a name for themselves two years after forming with their debut 'Live from the Dentist Office' in Tempe, Phoenix, 2015.
The album was recorded in an actual dentist office that they used after hours courtesy of their producer and bandmate, Parker Corey's grandad.
Dubbed the "only good rap ...
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